2004-05 Highlights: Recorded the second-most assists in school-history for a single-season with 138 helpers and was second in the Horizon League with 5.1 assists per game...averaged 11.4 points per contest, good for second on the squad...knocked down 118 of 162 free throw shots, both good for ninth in school-history for a single-season...knocked down a career-best 34.3% (23-for-67) from beyond the three-point arc...was second in the Horizon League with 2.26 steals per contest...tallied 10 points against Butler in the Horizon League Quarterfinals on Mar. 3rd....posted 16 points and seven assists against Butler on Feb. 9th...nearly missed a triple-double with 12 points, nine rebounds and eight assists against Youngstown State on Jan. 27th...recorded a double-double of 20 points, while tying a career-high with 10 assists against Cleveland State on Jan. 22nd...grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds against Youngstown State on Jan. 6th...named Horizon League Player of the Week for the period ending Dec. 19th...led Flames with 20 points against SEMO on Dec. 18th...scored a 21 points, including nine assists, against Dartmouth on Dec. 16th...had a season-best 24 points and eight rebounds against Eastern Illinois on Dec. 2nd...posted 23 points against Bradley on Nov. 24th.
2003-04 Highlights: Led squad and was fourth in the Horizon League, averaging 14.3 points per contest...was named to the All-Horizon League Second Team...garnered Horizon League Player of the Week honors for the period ending December 7th, averaging 20.5 points per game in victories over Northern Iowa and Air Force...was fourth in the Horizon League in both assists (3.7) and steals (2.1)...topped UIC and was 10th in the Horizon League in free-throw shooting (72.8%)...knocked down 32 treys on the season, good for third on the squad...was third on the team with 3.9 boards per contest...tallied a career-high 28 points, including 10 points in overtime, in a 76-71 victory over Brown on Nov. 26th...posted a game-high 22 points in a 70-61 triumph over Northern Iowa on December 4th...collected a game-high 26 points against Illinois State on Dec. 14th...had a game-high 25 points and a career-high eight rebounds against Northwestern on Dec. 18th...earned her first-career double-double of 11 points and 10 assists against Portland State on December 20th...scored a team-high 17 points against Loyola on Feb. 4th...posted a game-high 26 points against Butler on Feb. 12th.
2002-03 Highlights: Took over starting duties at point guard on January 6th...averaged 4.4 points per game and appeared in 27 games, including 14 starts...recorded 65 steals, which ties her for tenth in school history for a single season and was good for fourth in the Horizon League...posted a season high 13 points and six assists against Butler on Feb. 8th...recorded 12 points in her first career start against DePaul on Jan. 6th...scored 11 points (5-for-6 FG), dished out seven assists and recorded five steals against Loyola on Feb. 26th...had a team-season high eight steals against Detroit on Feb. 22nd...knocked down crucial three-pointer with 24 seconds left against Chicago State to help UIC edge the Cougars, 72-71...hauled in a season-high seven rebounds against Cleveland State on Jan. 16th...turned in 11-point efforts against Cleveland State (2/20/03), Youngstown State (1/25/03) and UW-Milwaukee (1/9/03).
Prep/Personal: Four-year letter-winner for The Latin School...led the Romans to four-straight 20-win seasons...propelled The Latin School to four consecutive Independent School League championships...helped The Latin School to regional championships as a junior and as a senior...selected as The Latin School's Most Improved Player as a freshman...three-time Independent School League All-Tournament first-team selection...garnered Independent School League MVP honors as a junior and as a senior...qualified for the IHSA three-point championship as a junior and as a senior...took home All-Tournament honors at the St. Ignatius tournament as a junior and as a senior...finished career as The Latin School's all-time leading scorer...born August 23, 1984...daughter of Monica Dizon...major is business.
#10 Chrissy Dizon's Career Stats